The following is a video by JAY FAYZA, a columnist with The Rebel Media. Of Ethiopian descent, he is a Canadian journalist with an independent mind. He does not fall for identity politics and liberal dogma. On the contrary, he exposes the very false basis of many left wing arguments. I recommend all his videos. He writes:
As we’ve seen all across major College Campuses, every time a conservative commentator like Milo Yiannopoulos or Ben Shapiro are invited to speak, chaos ensues as protestors violently demand these speakers be silenced. You might ask yourself, “Why do these violent protests occur?
Why is it that in a place of learning by intellectually challenging each other, there are loads of people who want to physically silence others?” The answer is simple really. They disagree with them.
Watch as I further explore how leftists rationalize and justify this kind of violence and why so many young people are convinced through academia, that some uber white supremacist patriarchal system is responsible for their victimization, even though there’s no evidence that such a thing exists.
The left ought to be ashamed of themselves for breeding so much violence and hatred. The left totally lost me, a perfectly good liberal, because of it. Now I call myself a Conservative.
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As we’ve seen all across major College Campuses, every time a conservative commentator like Milo Yiannopoulos or Ben Shapiro are invited to speak, chaos ensues as protestors violently demand these speakers be silenced.
I consider myself a Canadian Conservative but have strong liberal leanings in the realm of personal privacy, free speech, and expression. I’m also strongly against war and, yet, I would never call myself a liberal in today’s new leftism.
When an Islamic terrorist attack occurs in the Western World, people tend to divide into three camps.
In our society, there are social and cultural taboos and ideas that are so controversial people work to silence you, regardless of whether or not those taboos and ideas are true.
I’m fairly liberal, at least, in the classical liberal sense derived from the Enlightenment and Napoleonic eras. I believe in freedom of speech and the separation of church and state, and I’m also anti-war.
In 1997, the University of California, Berkeley changed its admissions process to accept students based entirely on their SAT scores. (SATs test math and grammar skills. They’re a close cousin to IQ tests, which mostly measures cognitive ability.)
In Dr. Sowell’s book the economics and politics of race, Sowell states that Chinese, Jews, and Japanese tend to be overachievers in America, while, Blacks, Puerto Ricans, and Mexicans tend to be underachievers.
When the left analyze the world, they look at poverty then conclude that those who are living in poverty are victims of an unjust capitalist system. Often times, leftist politicians run on this narrative, saying that the poor are victims and the rich and the upper-middle class are to blame for the disparity in the “have-not’s” income.
With few exceptions, a rich black person has more in common politically with a rich white person than black people in general, and vice versa.
Across the Western world, countries are told to open up their borders and let in millions upon millions of migrants.
The European Union hasn't even existed for 25 years. Yet under its control, multiple countries have entered into recessions, even depressions, and entire countries economies have collapsed, including those of Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain, Italy, and France.
In my opinion, the greatest philosopher who ever existed was Aristotle. My favourite aspects of his philosophical teachings were those about engaging and developing the intellectual virtues.
In light of recent events, let’s have an honest conversation about racism in the western world--something that I think the mainstream media and modern academia has failed to provide.
There are many reasons why almost half of children, 41%, grow up without knowing their fathers.
Between the election of Donald Trump and the controversy over Kellie Leitch's proposal to screen newcomers for "Canadian values," the divide between elite opinion on immigration and that of the average citizen is now impossible to ignore.
Canada may not be a dictatorship or a banana republic, but we still prosecute people for protesting, writing and speaking.
Like millions of American children, particularly minority children, I grew up without a father.
The left claims to stand up for personal rights and freedoms. However, when faced with an ideology diametrically opposed to their views, they cower like unprincipled hacks. That ideology is Islam.
On my university campus, I have seen young socialist clubs advocating for a minimum wage increase, or what they call a “living wage” increase.
Leftists are always talking about "white privilege," but there there isn’t a single country in the Western World that has legally enshrined racial discrimination.
While middle America carries on with their lives after Donald Trump’s election, young liberals in the more “open minded” regions of the U.S. and Canada, continue to protest and riot aggressively over the results, wasting everyone’s time and money.
I’m heading to my the fourth year as a university student. I’ve seen firsthand what ideologically motivated students and professors will do to push their narrative.
Mainstream media, largely controlled by the left, would have you believe that Donald Trump is a racist and therefore his policies will not be good for African-Americans, but is that true?
"White privilege" is the concept that the economic, social and political institutions in liberal democracies benefit whites while disadvantaging racial minorities. However, the evidence doesn’t back up its existence, no matter how often it’s claimed.
Black Lives Matter is an international movement focused on systematic racism, even though there is no law, no court case, and not a shred of evidence justifying their existence.
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